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Author Topic: Do thermal fields provide a scalar equivalent of the EFE ?  (Read 408 times)

Offline Richard777

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A thermal field is a scalar field. At least three types of thermal field may be represented;

  - a Plank field
  - a Hawking field
  - a Stefan-Boltzmann field

A general thermal field equation (GTFE) may reduce to any of the foregoing types, if suitable conditions apply.

Does the GTFE also represent a scalar equivalent of the EFE?


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